Trio of spring flowering bulbs gift set

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gift set £14.99 £11.99
available to order from late autumn
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Buy Trio of spring flowering bulbs gift set gift set: A great gift set for gardeners

  • Position: bright light
  • Soil: compost supplied
  • Rate of growth: fast
  • Flowering period:
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    Add a splash of spring colour to your windowsill with these easy to grow bulbs - and once they have finished flowering, they can be planted out in the garden, where they will come back year after year. The kit comes complete with three decorative terracotta pots, compost, bulbs and clear instructions on how to put them all together to create a beautiful display for your home.

    Contains one pot of miniature daffodils, one pot of blue muscari and one pot of white crocus.

  • Growing instructions: Plant from August onwards. Half fill each pot with compost and moisten. Keep the compost moist and place the pots in a light position (18-20°C). Bulbs will flower approximately 8-12 weeks from planting, dependent on growing conditions. Once in flower, move to a cool, bright position to prolong life. Turn occasionally as the flowers will grow towards the light. After flowering, bulbs can be planted in the garden. After purchase store in a cool, dry place.

  • Harmful if eaten/skin irritant

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